“I’m always to trying to prove myself,” Korda said. “Each and every day I come out here with a goal and I’ve got to prove to myself that I can do each and every thing I set my mind to — and I don’t leave until I do it.”
As an amateur, Korda was a member of both the 2010 USA Curtis Cup team and 2009 USA Junior Solheim Cup team. She also won the 2010 South Atlantic Amateur Championship (SALLY), made the cut at the 2008 and 2009 U.S. Women's Open, and finished runner-up at the 2010 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
“PATIENCE IS KEY - IN GOLF AND IN LIFE”
- Jessica Korda, Titleist Pro V1 Loyalist
In 2019, Korda played in 18 events, made 15 cuts, recorded six top-10 finishes including two runner-up results at the Bank of Hope Founders Cup and Buick LPGA Shanghai, and was a member of the U.S. Solheim Cup team.
“It takes a lot of patience to achieve a certain thing in life, especially in golf,” Korda said. “You have to be patient doing your drills. You have to be patient waiting for that right moment to even make it. I think repetition and routine are two of the biggest things for me.”
Jessica Korda poses with her Pro V1 after showing how she marks her golf ball for competition.
At her home at the Bears Club in South Florida, Korda said she loves spending time on the par 3 course.
“There are so many different shots I can hit — I think the longest might be 170 yards and the shortest is just chipping and putting around the greens.”
With 38 career Top 10’s and five victories on TOUR, Korda is looking to continue proving it both on and off the golf the course.
“Every day is a challenge. I feel different every single day I come out and so I just gotta prove to myself that I can be better every single day.”
We're all playing this game with an eye toward getting better. Setting new goals. Trying new drills. Just like new Pro V1 and Pro V1x, we're striving for constant improvement and we're always Proving It. Just like you.